Sevilla: "Spanish food" Denver Restaurant Tip by goingsolo

Denver Restaurants: 220 reviews and 166 photos

Sevilla's decor is a bit wacky. Booths shaped like caves with red booths inside and red lighting and, although I didn't see it, I hear they have flamenco dancing and salsa. The food was great and the service, very friendly.

I think the Denver Post recommended this place. No offense to Denver Citysearch voting residents, but the Post does a better job than you do. The fresh bread and olive tapenade is very good, but its never a good idea to fill up on such things, unless the restaurant is really bad, and this one wasn't. The paella was absolutely delicious. Tender chicken, chorizo and mussels in a slightly spicy saffron broth served in a skillet, probably the very one in which it was cooked. A glass of sangria makes a nice compliment to this meal.

Favorite Dish: Paella.

Address: 16th and Glenarm
Price Comparison: about average
Directions: Denver Pavillions, off 16th Street
Price: US$21-30
Rating: 4
Theme: Other

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  • Updated Jan 14, 2005
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